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Jul 8, 2012 5:00am EDT
, someone who, i think on this occasion, literally needs no introduction. he is the man who created cnn. the reason that i am here and others are here working here. ted turner. welcome back, ted. >> good to be here. >> how does it feel to be back? >> good. >> does it? >> yeah. >> are you still proud of cnn? >> absolutely. >> do you still watch cnn. >> i watch it. you bet. >> you like what you see? >> i like most of what i see. >> you always said about cnn, the news should be the star. >> well, that was the philosophy that we started with. but it really was the only place open for us because all the other news networks, cbs, nbc and abc, they emphasized their stars and we didn't have any stars. we were lucky to have employees. >> if you had the competition that's around now in cable when you first started, in other words, if there had been a fox news with right wing star anchors, msnbc had rachel and the others. would you do anything differently? >> i'd have to really give it a lot of thought and a lot of study, which i have not done because nobody has asked he to do it. i value my time
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 12:00am PDT
viewers can go to our website for air times. cnn.com/fareed. >>> tonight, a man who changed television forever. >> this new service will be called a cable news network. >> ted turner has never been shy about speaking his mind. tonight, he tells all. >> the moneyed interests are taking over the country. >> mouth of the south. >> i lost my fortune, most of it. i have a billion or two left: you can get by on that if you economize. >> and a man whose ex-wife says this about it. i'm so proud of him. he's done so much good work in the world. >> george w. bush. >> i want to stay connected to the veteran community. i'm not going to be a public person. this is a rare interview for me. >> this is "piers morgan tonight." >> good evening the first ted turner, a tv pioneer. but, also, a very out spoken man and a rare interview for president george w. bush. if anyone knows about keeping america great is a former american president. >> after 9/11, millions of volunteers and they said i want to serve my country. and i'm -- i don't view it as anything personal. i view that as we were all serving togeth
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 12:00am EDT
. bush coming later and first on this occasion, literally no introduction. he is the man who created cnn. the reason i and others are here. ted turner. welcome back. how does it feel? >> good. >> does it? >> yeah. >> are you proud of cnn? >> absolutely. >> do you watch it? >> you bet. >> do you like what you see? >> most of it. >> you always said about cnn, the news should be the start. >> that was the philosophy that we started with, but it really was the only place open for us. all the other networks emphasized their stars and we didn't have any stars. we were luck to have employees. >> if you had the competition and if there had been a fox news with right wing star anchors, msnbc had rachel maddow and the others, would you do anything differently? >> i would have to give it a lot of thought and study which i have not done. nobody asked me to do it. i value my time greatly. i'm working on nuclear weapons and trying to get it to change over to clean energy and stabilize the population before the world is so overcrowded. i am working on things where i can make a difference now. i don't h
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 5:00am PDT
week, you can talk to me online at cnn.com/sanjay or on twitter. now, let's get things going in cnn. >>> from the cnn headquarters in atlanta this is cnn sunday morning. extreme heat baking half of the country and more than 300,000 still without power and at least 30 dead. a cold front is on the way, but relief may come at a dangerous price. plus, a new discovery about a mystery illness. children dying from a frightening infection that kills within days. >>> and later, a mexican drug cartel busted on u.s. soil, and three tons of marijuana and $2 million in cash and you will million in cash and you will never believe what else. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good mornings, everyone, i'm randi kaye and thank you for starting the morning with us. we begin this hour with the h t heat. it has been so bad that 30 deaths across the united states are blame hed on the heat wave. we get more from melissa rainy. >> reporter: saturday brought another day of blistering heat and in some areas that is more triple temperatures. people are looking for relief wherever they can find it. >>
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Jul 8, 2012 6:00pm EDT
the world. cnn's stacey valley joins us from new york. how did something like this happen, what is the dns changer? >> yeah, this is a problem several years in the make ppg what happened is a group of hackers created this virus and got away it for about five years. this is a long-running scan tp what it did is redirect internet traffic. so if you were trying to go to, for example, apple's eye tune store, it would reroute to you a faith website. on a lot of web sites they served fake advertisements. the fb i conducted a sting and over two years shut this down. they completely shut it down in november. at the time they caught it, about 4 million computers world ride were infected, including government computers. so it was a nasty one. >> can you figure out if your computer is infected, right? >> yes. the good news is they created a website. go to dns-ok-us. that's a website that fbi and groups it's working with put together. if you go to that website, you will see it go green. if you go to a green site, you are not infected. if you see anything else, though, there are instructions on that pa
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 8:00am EDT
rainy, cnn. >>> and check out the weather map, because the cold front is coming down from the great lakes, but a warning while the temperatures are dropping, there is a threat of severe storms following that very same path. we could see lightning, hail and some severe winds. >>> this morning, two indiana parents are accused of leaving their babies in hot cars in the middle of the blistering heat wave. one of them actually die d. police in greenfield say this man left his 4-month-daughter in a car for an extended period of time with temps around 103 degrees and the baby later died in the hospital. 25 miles a wway in the town of fisher this mom is accused of neglecting her 16-month-old daughter by leaving her in a car at a shopping mall. >>> hillary clinton made it clear that time is running out for syria's government. she talked about high level defections from the syrian military and the growing strength of the opposition forces. >> the future to me should be abundantly clear to those who support the assad regime. the days are numbered. >> clinton was in tokyo for a donors conferenc
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 7:00pm EDT
skin make you better, faster, stronger? you don't have to be in front of a television to watch cnn. just go to cnn.com/tv. then, some said, we lost our edge. well today, there's a new new york state. one that's working to attract businesses and create jobs. a place where innovation meets determination... and businesses lead the world. the new new york works for business. find out how it can work for yours at thenewny.com. with two times the points onake lunch dining in restaurants,ch? you may find yourself asking why not, a lot. chase sapphire preferred. there's more to enjoy. in that time there've been some good days. and some difficult ones. but, through it all, we've persevered, supporting some of the biggest ideas in modern history. so why should our anniversary matter to you? because for 200 years, we've been helping ideas move from ambition to achievement. and the next great idea could be yours. ♪ >>> this is a taboo topic and got you on social media going as well. i appreciate your comments ch keep them coming. here's the question. are black people better at sports than wh
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 11:30am PDT
join me on my life stream at cnn.com/sanjay. it is a one-stop spot for all my videos, blogs, tweets and behind the scenes photos. >>> thanks for joining us. thanks to cnn's poppy harlow. i'm dr. sanjay gupta. we'll see you back here next sunday. >>> hello, everyone. you're in the c"cnn newsroom." i'm fredricka whitfield. >>> it is a brutal heat wave now being blamed for dozens of deaths. scorching temperatures continue to create dangerous conditions in 11 states and people stuck in the heat zone are doing anything they can to keep cool and safe. >> reporter: the record breaking heat has been blamed for scores of deaths. people look for relief wherever they can find it. >> it feels great. it feels so wonderful. it beats the heat. that's for sure. >> reporter: in chicago, the heat buckled roadways. some residents simply gave up and fled the city. >> in chicago it was 105 and it felt like 112. we came up here to escape the heat a little bit. >> reporter: but a cold front is expected in the coming days. >> looking forward to the 8 0 agrees. even 89 degrees would be great. >> reporter: t
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 2:30pm EDT
60 have already died and now officials say they've made an important discovery. cnn's sara seidner reports from one of the areas hardest hit by this baffling illness. >> reporter: feverish and struggling to breathe, this 50-year-old is in bad shape. doctors are trying to diagnose him, well aware he has some of the symptoms of a mysterious illness that's killing young children in cambodia. nearly every child that has shown up in cambodian hospitals with the mystery syndrome has died. so far, this pediatrician has treated two children with the syndrome, both got worse by the hour, both died within a couple of days. one case the child's lungs deteriorated within hours. are you as a doctor worried because you don't know what it is exactly? >> for me i worry and it is important just to inform the parent when the child, you know, symptom like cough, high fever or respiratory stress. they also could bring the child to hospital. >> reporter: during the rainy season here at this southwest cambodian hospital, about 50 children a day are admitted. they normally have serious, but treatab treat
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 4:00pm PDT
. much appreciated. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> top of the hour, you're in the cnn news room. in afghanistan today, six nato troops were killed in a roadside bombing and we just learned all those troops were americans. it happened in the eastern part of afghanistan. a total of eight nato troops died yesterday and today in three separate incidents. attacks come as secretary of state hillary clinton meets with diplomats in toke ko and they're discussing afghanistan's future and the shape of the international force going forward. also in afghanistan, a woman was shot to death. executed in public. someone r recorded this public killing of a woman. t she's wearing a burka and we won't show you the moment of her death, but a man with an automatic rifle shoots her at least nine times while men gather around and cheer. afghan officials believe the woman was part of a love triangle involving two taliban commanders who accused her of adultery. u.s. officials have called it a cold-blooded murder. kofi annan is back in syria to sign on to a new peace plan even as a special envoy tou
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 7:30am EDT
. don't char the meat. in the meantime until next week, you can talk to me online at cnn.com/sanjay or on twitter. now, let's get things going in cnn. >>> from the cnn headquarters in atlanta this is cnn sunday morning. extreme heat baking half of the country and more than 300,000 still without power and at least 30 dead. a cold front is on the way, but relief may come at a dangerous price. plus, a new discovery about a mystery illness. children dying from a frightening infection that kills within days. >>> and later, a mexican drug cartel busted on u.s. soil, and three tons of marijuana and $2 million in cash and you will million in cash and you will never believe what else. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good mornings, everyone, i'm randi kaye and thank you for starting the morning with us. we begin this hour with the h t heat. it has been so bad that 30 deaths across the united states are blame hed on the heat wave. we get more from melissa rainy. >> reporter: saturday brought another day of blistering heat and in some areas that is more triple temperatures
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 3:00am PDT
. >> a moving and inspiring, keeping america great. good night. >>> from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, this is "early start weekend." extreme heat baking half the country. more than 300,000 still without power, and at least 30 dead. while a cold front is on the way, the relief may come at a dangerous price. we'll explain. >>> plus, it might be cool temperatures at wimbledon, but it is hot on the court. for the first time in 74 years, a brit will play in the men's finals. we'll take you there live. >>> later -- >> we're still outselling most acts. >> my interview with beatles great ringo starr. his legacy, birthday, and, of course, his music. >>> it is sunday, july 8. good morning, everyone, i'm randi kaye. we start with another day of record temperatures across the country. the triple-digit highs being blamed for at least 30 deaths across seven states. the extreme heat has also led to power problems. more than 300,000 people were without electricity and, more importantly, air conditioning. some relief may be on the way. a cold front is moving down from the great lakes, heading south.
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 6:00am EDT
president putin toured the area and promised to help rebuild the homes lost in the floods. cnn has the incredible pictures of the damage. >> reporter: floodwaters rise in southern russia, sweeping through houses as people slept, unaware and vulnerable. the rushing water submerged streets, ripped out traffic lights, and stranded vehicles. thousands of people have been affected. witnesses say they were shocked by the force and intensity of the deluge. >> translator: we lost our property. all we have invested in. first of all, it's a shock, of course. the car has drowned over there. everything is ruined. it was frightening. >> translator: yes, it happened just when i was driving. i managed to stop the car, but the landslide was too big. the airbags worked, so neither me, nor the passenger was hurt. >> reporter: russian officials are calling it the worst disaster in the region in a decade. several districts have been declared emergency zones. >> translator: we have the most difficult situation. 1/3 of the houses are in water. 20 emergency and fire trucks have arrived there already. and
CNN
Jul 7, 2012 10:00pm PDT
's what else we have for you on cnn saturday nightful. >> he reveals the secret of his success. slavery. is he right? does the color of your skin make you better, faster, stronger? the upside of being on the dl. >> there will be people who don't understand it. >> a bold move or bad for business? what would you say? >> well, me? >> to your 12-year-old self if you could? >> i'm not a -- charming. mow wonder i'm single. >> wanted. must be loud and in your face. fluent in politics, baseball, and controversy. >> i didn't think he would have the cuts to go through with it. >> black people better at sports than white people. more specifically, are black people genetically engineered to be better? michael jons once referred to as the fastest man in the world is pretty fast with his opinion. all my life i believe i became an athlete through my own determination, but it's impossible to think being descended from slaves has not left an imprint through the generations. slavery benefitted descendents like me and i believe there is a superior athletic gene in us. he did say that. joining me to talk a
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 1:00pm PDT
,000 to democrats. cnn contributor has written about the kochs on his conservative blog. why do you think so much criticism? >> everyone on left and right likes to have a boogie man and a face to put to something bad. for the right for the longest time it was george soreoes. on the left it was richard. now it is david and charles koch. >> reporter: he says this is nothing more than david and charles koch getting caught in the net of conspiracy theory. do you believe they are working behind the scenes? >> there is nothing secret there. it is like the nuts on the right who believe in the birth certificate conspiracy and the nuts on the left believe the kochs believe in everything. >> reporter: in march charles did respond to criticism in this. he wrote even when such policies benefit us we only support the policies that enhance true economic freedom. today supporting those policies is easier than ever. a year ago the supreme court gave the green light for unlimited corporate spending in our politics as well as anonymous spending in our politics. you can bet the koch brothers will be front and cente
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 2:00pm PDT
, thanks so much. you can read bob's column and other opinions on the issues that shape your world on cnn.com/opinion. >>> it has been a month since we drug use drug used you to five military vets most amputees out to climb north america's highest peak. we figured it was time to check in and see how it went. and if you have to go out today we can go with you. you can continue watching cnn from your mobile phone and watch cnn live from your desktop or laptop. go to cnn.com/tv. for a relaxing vacation. ♪ sometimes, we go for a ride in the park. maybe do a little sightseeing. or, get some fresh air. but this summer, we used our thank youpoints to just hang out with a few friends in london. [ male announcer ] the citi thankyou visa card. redeem the points you've earned to travel with no restrictions. rewarding you, every step of the way. a living, breathing intelligence helping business, do more business. in here, opportunities are created and protected. gonna need more wool! demand is instantly recognized and securely acted on across the company. around the world. turning a new trend, into
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 1:00am PDT
in the bull fighting ring. >>> here's what else we have for you on cnn saturday night. >>> one of the fastest men on earth. >> you want to get up to speed as quickly as possible. >> reporter: reveals a secret to his success. slavery. >> i was able to break the world record. >> reporter: is he right? does the color of your skin make you better? faster? stronger? >>> the upside of being on the dl. >> there are going to be people who don't understand it. >> a bold move or bad for business? what would you say? >> well, me? of the future? >> to your 12-year-old self if you could. >> don't -- don't do -- i'm not. >> excuse me. >> no wonder i'm single! >> must be loud and in your face. fluid and politics and baseball and controversy. >> i didn't think he would have the guts to do it. >> john rocker is here live. >>> i'm going to ask this question right up front. are black people better at sports than white people? more specifically, are black people engineered to be fast? he is telling london's daily mail all my life i believe i became an athlete through my own determination but it's impossible to t
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 1:00am EDT
remember when jimmy the greek made these comments and they played back by cnn's larry king. take a listen. >> black is a better athlete to begin with. he was bred to be that way because of his thighs that goes up to his back and they can jump higher and run faster because of their bigger thighs. the white man has to overcome that. they don't try hard enough to overcome it. it goes all the way to the civil war where during the slave trading, the slave owner would breed his big black to his big woman. so he could have a big black kid. >> another nobel prize winner there. >> just hearing that, you are going just stop right there. jimmy was promptly fired for his comments. michael johnson is a sportscaster. should he be fired? our guests will weigh in next. stand by. anti-freeze wash and dry diesel self-serve fix a flat jumper cables 5% cashback signup for 5% cashback at gas stations through september. it pays to discover. there it is ! there it is ! where ? where ? it's getting away ! where is it ? it's gone. we'll find it. any day can be an adventure. that's why we got a subaru. love wherev
CNN
Jul 7, 2012 5:00pm PDT
at the cnn head kwaurters. a special "global lessons, a gps road map for saving health care begins right now on cnn. >> welcome to a gps special. global lessons: the gps road map for saving health care. america's system of bringing us into this world, helping us stay alive and supporting us as we die is at a major cross roads. two years ago, president obama signed the most comprehensive overhaul of american medicine since medicare. this week, the supreme court upheld almost all of the law in a dramatic 5-4 ruling setting up what is sure to be a heating election year debate. meanwhile, our out of control health care costs continue to climb. no other nation spends more than 12% of its economy on health care. american spends 17%. what's more, we don't really benefit from the huge price tag. our healthy life expectancy, the standard measurement, ranks only 29th in the world behind slovenia. our infant mortality rate ranks 30th. it's more than twice that of sweden and japan. so what is our problem? in this hour, we're going to take you around the world to study health care systems in other countr
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 4:00am EDT
sportscaster jimmy the greek made these comments and played back by cnn's larry king? take a listen to this. >> black is a better athlete to begin with because he has been bred to be that way because of his high thighs and big thighs that go up into his back and they can jump higher and run faster because of their bigger thighs, you see. the white man has to overcome that. but they don't try hard enough to overcome it. this goes back all the way to the civil war when during the slave trading the owner, the slave owner would -- would -- would -- would breed his big black to his big woman so that he could have a big -- a big black kids. >> another nobel prize winner there. >> you're just going just stop and don't say it. jimmy was probably fired from cbs for his comments. michael is a sportscaster guys. should he be fired? stand by. >>> so black athletes are they genetically made better than white athletes? before the break we played that sound bite for you from jimmy "the greek." we are play a part of it again. take a listen. >> this goes back all the way to the civil war when during the sla
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 1:00pm EDT
, 3%, c, 6%, or d, 9%? stay tuned and we'll tell you the correct answer. go to cnn.com/fareed for more of the gps challenge and lots of inside and analysis and follow us on twitter and facebook. also remember, if you miss a show, go to itunes. you can get the audio podcast for free, or you can buy the video version. go directly there, type itunes.com/fareed into your browser. instead of one book this week, we're going to give you five of our recent choices. think of it as summer reading. just don't think of it as homework. these are all fun reads. "adapt" offers a new approach to solving problems in your personal life, your career, your business. "franklin and winston," a fascinating book, one of my favorites. in the campaign season, one of the best presidential campaign books ever written was "the making of the president 1960" by theodore white. a work of fiction about iran's nuclear program and very good fiction at that. check out david ignatius' "the increment." finally, my own book, "the post american world release 2.0." if you like this show, i think you'll like the book. >>> now
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Jul 8, 2012 6:00am PDT
to cheer premature admission. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >>> i'm randi kay, and thank you for watching. "state of the union" with candy crowley starts right now. >>> june disappoints with weak job numbers. today, unemployment and the presidential race. >> but it is still tough out there. >> this kick in the gut has got to end. >> exclusive interviews with senate republican leader mitch mcconnell and democratic campaign adviser robert gibbs. and then a sputtering economy with douglas holtz-eakin and mark zandi, and also dana bash. >> if we are going to succeed, we have to face the problems squarely. >> and bill bradley on how to fix a broken washington and what we can all do better. i'm candy crowley and this is "state of the union." >>> not the best of weeks for the romney campaign. it was under fire for sources as not ready for prime time when a senior adviser said that obama care is fine for when buying insurance is not a penalty and a tax. a big oops in the republican world world because the republicans have used the supreme court decision to say it is a tax. reset. >> the supreme c
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 9:00am PDT
budget office director doug holtz-eakin, and cnn congressional correspondent dana bash. let's straighten out this economy thing. and have you all tell me, "a," what was the most worrisome thing in the economic report we got out of the jobless report, and what makes you think, okay, we can still survive this? let me start with you. >> well, 80,000 jobs. that's pretty disappointing. if we stick at 80,000 and that is the reality of what is going on, unemployment will rise and we have 8.2% unemployment and that is a problem. that's the most worrisome aspect of the report. but there were some positives. hours worked increased. that's a good leading indicator. businesses will ask their existing workers to work longer hours before they hire. >> so that's a precursor to new jobs. >> it is. >> sometimes. >> it generally is. hours worked are at a high level. any pickup in activity will froebl lead to more jobs. and any pickup of activity will translate into more jobs, and we got a big increase in wages which is encouraging. i noticed that wage growth had been slowing, but it is not the case. it is
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 9:00am EDT
is engineered to amaze. ♪ >>> with me now mark zandi, chief economist of moody's, and doug holtz-eakin, and cnn congressional correspondent dana bash. let's straighten out this economy thing. i want to have you all tell me the most worry somethithat we g of the economics job report and say, okay, we can survive this. start with you. >> 80,000 jobs is pretty disappointing. if we stick at 80,000 and that is the reality of what is going on, unemployment will rise and we have 8.2% unemployment and that is worrisome aspect of the report. there were some things positive, hours worked increased. businesses will ask workers to work longer hours before they hire. >> that is a precursor to new jobs. >> yes. and any pickup of activity will translate into more jobs, and we got a big increase in wages which is encouraging. i noticed that wage growth had been slowing, but it is not the case. it is solid. >> and douglas? >> well, those points are right. one of the disappointing characteristics of the recovery has not been just the jobs, but the lack of income growth, and that has hurt the households to spend
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Jul 8, 2012 4:30am PDT
and counting. >>> we have much more at the top of the hour when cnn "sunday morning" continues, including a story about one country banning circumcision. we'll tell you where and why and what's being told to overturn the ban. >>> first, "sanjay gupta m.d." begins now. >>> hello and thanks for joining us. on tap today, why the latest push by bill and melinda gates may be setting up this fight with the catholic church. >>> also, confronting the unthinkable. a teenage boy gets cancer, and his father discovers this remarkable source of help. >>> first, under the microscope. a new treatment for depression. a fascinating story. a disease, as you know, that affects more people than coronary heart disease or cancer. good news is that in most cases, it is treatable. medication such as anti-depressants can be effective. in milder cases, cognitive behavioral therapy has been shown to work just as well. unfortunately, for many people, nothing seems to help. and that's why it's exciting to hear about a totally new approach that involves a device that looks like a pacemaker. two wires inserted directly
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Jul 8, 2012 10:00am EDT
watching all of these hearings on cnn, the people up on the hill doing these hearings? they are into performance. a question could be seven words -- and get the answer from the witness. they are up there performing. it is their place in the sun. i want to put this on the table -- it was startling for me to read a statistic. 600 million women live in countries where domestic violence is not a crime. 600 million. my lord. and then you mention the human trafficking, and genital mutilation. >> that is why it must be solved from within your i cannot go into any of the countries and say this is the problem and you have to fix it. that would not be the way to get to the solution. we have to find those women who are championing the cause and we need to do everything we can to support them. >> you have traveled all over the world. the book -- i was saying right before we went on the air, i use the phrase, the bible is what they use -- that is where i learned it. you just pick a card in. i was reading last night about a wonderful woman in cambodia because i traveled in that coun
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Jul 8, 2012 7:00am PDT
to cnn.com/sotu for analysis and extras, and if you missed any part of today's show, find us on itunes. search "state of the union." "fareed zakaria gps" is next for our viewers in the united states. >>> this is "gps," the "global public square." welcome to all of you in the united states and around the world. i'm fareed zakaria. on today's show, the presumptive president-elect of mexico, enraeon war, drugs, the economy. can mexico be the next emerging market star? >>> before that, aour truly global public square. we've assembled a panel to talk about the many international problems -- syria, egypt, iran, europe, and more. and on this july 4 week, we'll also look at america from the outside in. >>> also, who creates jobs? is it the 1%, or is it the middle class? we have a debate, a fascinating debate between two 1%-ers. >>> finally, tanks for the memories. a somewhat beautiful ballet by 50-ton ballerinas. ♪ >>> first my take. some believe the affordable care act, sometimes called obamacare, is popular only because americans don't understand it. there's some truth to this. studie
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Jul 8, 2012 12:00pm PDT
-- how the american constitutional system collided with the new politics of extremism." cnn's political director mark preston and cnn's conservative contributor will cain. do they call you that? i keep adding that. >> i let you describe me. >> describes himself as a conservative and he says that two parties working together to achieve a solution has created today's problems. >> that's true. >> i don't understand what you're talking about. >> that's what i'm talking about is in historical perspective. norm will join nous a few minute that i'm sure will thoroughly rebut what i'm saying here. i'm saying this combination of democrats and republicans seeking low taxes and high spending has created everything from social security to medicaid to no child left behind and i couldn't think we look look at these across the board and pump our fists good job, congress. yes, now we are in a terrible situation, ali. yes, we are looking at a fiscal cliff that i'm going to take a pin and go over to your big post-it note and go, yes, get these three things done. >> right. >> before you just put bipartisa
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Jul 8, 2012 4:00am PDT
records and counting. >>> thanks for starting your morning with us. we've got much more ahead on "cnn sunday morning," which starts right now. >>> extreme heat baking half the country. more than 300,000 still without power, and at least 30 dead. a cold front is on the way, but relief may come at a dangerous price. >>> plus, a new discovery about a mystery illness. children dying from a frightening infection that kills within days. >>> and later, it might be cool temperatures at wimbledon, but it's hot on the court. for the first time in 73 years, a brit will -- 74 years, a brit will play in the men's final. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it is 7:00 on the east coast. 4:00 a.m. in the west. thanks for starting your morning with us. we start this morning with extreme weather. record temperatures being blamed for as many as 30 deaths across seven states. the heat has led to power problems. more than 300,000 people without power, without air conditioning. relief may be on the way. a cold front moving from the great lakes heading south. a warning, that front could bring with i
CNN
Jul 8, 2012 7:00am EDT
.5 billion records and counting. >>> we have much more at the top of the hour when cnn "sunday morning" continues, including a story about one country banning circumcision. we'll tell you where and why and what's being told to overturn the ban. >>> first, "sanjay gupta m.d." begins now. >>> hello and thanks for joining us. on tap today, why the latest push by bill and melinda gates may be setting up this fight with the catholic church. >>> also, confronting the unthinkable. a teenage boy gets cancer, and his father discovers this remarkable source of help. >>> first, under the microscope. a new treatment for depression. a fascinating story. a disease, as you know, that affects more people than coronary heart disease or cancer. good news is that in most cases, it is treatable. medication such as anti-depressants can be effective. in milder cases, cognitive behavioral therapy has been shown to work just as well. unfortunately, for many people, nothing seems to help. and that's why it's exciting to hear about a totally new approach that involves a device that looks like a pacemaker. two w
CSPAN
Jul 8, 2012 2:00pm EDT
in new york city for about an hour. ant thx s cnn syic rad program the monica crowley show. shalso has been a regular panelist on the madonna and a shd afoig riar non from 1990 until his death in 1994 and broke two st sellers about her experiences xon ndix winter. she also has written for the new yorker, the "wall street journal", the los aes times fon tihe hp lectured at yale university, columbia university and mit ol t mteeges wee al y dr. monica. in a recent interview on her new bookhat t bepust guto gmenwarors ba onay president obama is redistributing everything that ou wh, a oica great, j li oull peur borders, and our very exceptional as an. monica is one of the most brillitnd said the youn moly a. aievesaroey the great american patriarch. now, it is my pleasure to introduce to all ofou [ala >>nk. well, what an introduction. i think i have to take you with me everywhere i go. thank yo vyuch forha wery a v ne oou. thn,nk sucor in t d held atll oyou came out tonight. i know how busy everybody's lives a. the fact the took some time out tonight to cebrate myewk thrl m. le srtitheit my
MSNBC
Jul 8, 2012 4:00am PDT
for using her military experience as a facet to her campaign. walsh spoke with cnn's ashleigh banfield yesterday and gave new meaning to the concept name dropping. >> because she's a war hero, ashlee, that demands our respect. but that doesn't demand our vote. ashlee, this wasn't a slip-up. so like i don't know about you ashlee. right now ashlee, i can tell you. i'm not going to back down. no, that's not what i said ashlee. ashlee, no. >> ashlee? >> everybody -- >> ashlee. ashlee -- >> because i am telling you -- >> ashleigh. >> ashleigh. >> by the way, ashleigh. >> that's not for you to say. >> ashleigh. >> in an attempt -- >> ashleigh. ashleigh. ashleigh. >> tammy duck worth. >> ashleigh i'll say it again. ashleigh, look. this is what happens when you've got a congressman that's always out in front of people talking. >> all right the final tally walsh said ashleigh 90 times. but let's flash back to a year ago joe walsh was on "hardball" in the midst of the whole debt ceiling debacle and had quite a strategy for avoiding the specifics about a toy party backed debt plan. you see where
CNN
Jul 7, 2012 8:00pm EDT
at 10:00 p.m. eastern. we now return to a cnn special "gps: saving health care." >>> skyrocketing health care costs have created what some say is the biggest economic bubbles in american history. doing nothing could lead to dire consequences. that's why some providers are experimenting with innovative approaches to health care before it's too late. >> we're spending a whole lot in our country for health care and we're not getting our money's worth. and this's a tragedy. >> dr. jeffrey brenner is on the front lines trying to reform a health care system that has been called hopelessly broken. >> we spend twice as much as another industrialized country. and we cover fewer people in our country. >> tackling this disconnect in camden, new jersey. one of america's poorest cities. he's been a family physician here for 11 years. his mission started on this street in 2001. with a gunshot. an unremarkable sound in camden which has one of the highe eses murder rates in the country. >> i was sitting in my desk and shots rang out. >> no one was doing anything. >> i started yelling at one of the serge
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Jul 7, 2012 8:30pm EDT
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